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Langley curlers take third

Team Tardi skip Tyler Tardi, of the Langley Curling Club, sends his shot down the ice during the Optimist Junior Interclub Curling League Highpoint Division finals at the Langley Curling Club on Sunday. Team Tardi finished third with Seattle’s Team Vukich defeating Team Jensen (Richmond Curling Club) in the finals. Team Vukich also won the grand aggregate and round robin titles. Forty-eight teams from 11 curling clubs were a part of the league. - Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
Team Tardi skip Tyler Tardi, of the Langley Curling Club, sends his shot down the ice during the Optimist Junior Interclub Curling League Highpoint Division finals at the Langley Curling Club on Sunday. Team Tardi finished third with Seattle’s Team Vukich defeating Team Jensen (Richmond Curling Club) in the finals. Team Vukich also won the grand aggregate and round robin titles. Forty-eight teams from 11 curling clubs were a part of the league.
— image credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times

It was a clean sweep for Seattle's Team Vukich which defeated Richmond Curling Club's Team Jensen on Feb. 10 in the finals of the Optimist Junior Interclub Curling  League Highpoint Division.

The league, which has 48 teams from 11 curling clubs, held their year-end playdowns over the weekend at the Langley Curling Club.

In addition to winning the playoffs, Team Vukich won the grand aggregate title and the round robin title.

Langley Curling Club's Team Tardi finished third over the weekend.

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